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  1. It's not that hard to self-isolate for 72 hours -...

    It's not that hard to self-isolate for 72 hours - go get the viral test, and go home and stay home. It gets harder each day that passes. If, for example, I wanted to go visit my parents, I could...
  2. I have read that there is still much debate about...

    I have read that there is still much debate about the accuracy of the antibody tests. Current readings suggest that it is most accurate between 2 and 5 weeks after contracting the virus. I seem to...
  3. NH is turning them around in 72 hours or less......

    NH is turning them around in 72 hours or less... my daughter just had a test for work.

    Tim
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    You (We) are not FaceBook's customer - you (we)...

    You (We) are not FaceBook's customer - you (we) are the product.

    Tim
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    MountWashington.org underwent a software upgrade...

    MountWashington.org underwent a software upgrade some 4-5 years ago and the forums went with it.
    RocksOnTop.com has been defunct for nearly as long
    hike-nh.com is still up and running but akin to...
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    In my experience the hut water never tastes very...

    In my experience the hut water never tastes very good. Some are (far) worse than others... I always bring Nuun or Gatorade powder if I'm gonna have to drink from a hut water source. For some...
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    This has not escaped my notice either - both from...

    This has not escaped my notice either - both from a mountain and sea-faring perspective. Nor'easter or hurricaine remnants both come to mind. I watched yesterday while the rain fell all around the...
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    https://www.vftt.org/forums/showthread.php?61324-W...

    https://www.vftt.org/forums/showthread.php?61324-Water-Sources-On-Pemi-Loop - a recent thread here - lists the water situation on the Osseo...

    Tim
  9. Were they all on top of each other...

    Were they all on top of each other (non-mask-wearers)? I have been on 3 4000-footer-type hikes in June and have not seen much in the way of masks, but every passing encounter has been very brief.
    ...
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    Indeed ...

    Indeed

    https://www.vftt.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=6457

    Tim
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    I never noticed ;) Tim

    I never noticed ;)

    Tim
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    What would depend? The 200' cols? no. PUDs?...

    What would depend? The 200' cols? no. PUDs? no. Both are there either direction. The hardest part (IMO)? no, IMO still hard either way. Please clarify.



    True, BUT, the trail moved after...
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    Fine is relative. It goes up and down and has...

    Fine is relative. It goes up and down and has seriously rooty and eroded sections with steep and narrow sidehilling. Putting the hiker on the far side also obfuscates the Firewarden's Trail.

    Tim
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    https://www.vftt.org/forums/attachment.php?attachm...

    https://www.vftt.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=6456&d=1592864912

    Galehead <--> Garfield has several PUDs, which cross near (but not over) the Garfield Ridge Peaks (East/West), which have...
  15. I have two now-retired (JEALOUS) former...

    I have two now-retired (JEALOUS) former colleagues who are now riding their bicycles across the country from Virginia to Washington and they are running into many closed facilities (food, lodging)...
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    Do the original list owners sanction or patch the...

    Do the original list owners sanction or patch the single season variations? I don't believe the there are any for the major AMC lists (48/67/100/115).

    Tim
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    It says "medical emergency" not "medical...

    It says "medical emergency" not "medical condition".

    Tim
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    I came down North Twin last weekend and it was...

    I came down North Twin last weekend and it was very wet - still some patches of snow melting up high. The Ammo (which the Little River drains to) is at below half (67 cfps) of the traditional mean...
  19. I saw one last weekend on the Twinway. Tim

    I saw one last weekend on the Twinway.

    Tim
  20. 911/EMS is not the ones who go out - F&G does (or...

    911/EMS is not the ones who go out - F&G does (or the WMNF Snow Ranger's in the bowls in winter). It's on F&G to decide, based on preparedness and your Hike Safe or other $upport (fishing/hunting...
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    The clips provide tension and locking in one...

    The clips provide tension and locking in one device, and allow for a variability in length of the strap - you may not get it over the exact same spot on the kayak every time. Once you get...
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    HALES LOCATION, NH — On Friday, June 12, shortly...

    HALES LOCATION, NH — On Friday, June 12, shortly before 10 p.m. New Hampshire Fish and Game was notified that a rock climbing party was stuck near the top of Whitehorse Ledge and could not continue. ...
  23. Congratulations. And, may I say, you have one of...

    Congratulations. And, may I say, you have one of the more creative/memorable thread titles in recent memory :)

    Tim
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    My reasoning (I am not a thief) is that there are...

    My reasoning (I am not a thief) is that there are more ways to pry the clip-on towers off with hands, sticks, random tools, then there are to cut those rubber-coated steel straps.
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    Are yours rubber or rubber-coated steel? Tim

    Are yours rubber or rubber-coated steel?

    Tim
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